Article Archive for 16 August 2014
Senator: ‘We’re not being overrun by Canadians’
Residents within the city limits of Walhalla and Westminster pay the highest property taxes inside Oconee County, but officials from both say the millage is simply reflective of the cost of doing business.
Oconee school officials want to buy cameras to put on the outside of school buses to help catch drivers that pass stopped school buses.
Greetings, fellow citizens who have insurance with the “big box” companies. Have you noticed the endless barrage of TV ads promising to “save” you money?
After a disappointing outing at the FCA Jamboree last week, Pendleton looked like a different team, breezing past Walhalla, while Daniel continued to rebuff any narrative that the Lions are rebuilding, routing Wade Hampton before West-Oak fell to Easley in the Blue Flame Jamboree Friday.
Central Town Council has approved second and final reading of an ordinance that specifically establishes guidelines regarding dilapidated houses and penalties for owners who fail to comply.
After posting a five-fish weight of 13 pounds, 2 ounces during the opening day and a four-fish bag weighing 10 pounds, 3 ounces on day two of the Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray, FLW pro angler Anthony Gagliardi from Prosperity found himself sitting in seventh place at the close of business on Friday.
Lilley, Burdette represent Pendleton Elementary School
The Oconee County Democratic Party gives a big “thank you” to The Journal for its front-page article informing the public the Democratic Party has been granted approval by Seneca City Council to conduct the public service of voter registration during Thursday’s Jazz on the Alley.